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Motor insurance tops list for consumers seeking better value at renewal

Consumers anxious to help combat the cost-of-living crisis are shopping around for better value, with motor insurance the most common item for 67% of respondents to a new survey from Aviva Insurance Ireland DAC (Aviva).

Ban on ‘price walking’ in motor insurance from July

A ban on ‘price walking’ in the motor and home insurance sectors will come into effect this July.

Profits continue to increase for motor insurance companies

Motor insurers in Ireland saw their profits increase to a ten-year high in 2020, despite the majority of motorists being off the road due to Covid-19 lockdowns.

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Six per cent increase in Mayo claims in 2019 - MIBI

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The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) recorded a six per cent increase in claims from Mayo during 2019, after receiving a total of 36 claims from across the county during the course of the year.

Insurance crisis puts local circus school at risk

Communications Co-Ordinator, Galway Community Circus

Minor drop in car running costs but insurance still in crisis

The average cost of running a family car for a year is €10,593.26 according to the AA’s annual survey of motoring costs. According to calculations, the total is a decrease of €98.11 on the same figure for last year.

New car sales fall, while used car sales

New car sales in for the first nine months of 2017 declined by more than 10 per cent compared to last year, according to figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

Increase to standard income tax band is positive - O’Brien

Local Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, has welcomed the increase in the standard income tax band from €33,800 to €34,550, announced this week by the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohue, as part of Budget 2018.

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